MECHANICAL /RELIABILITY ENGINEER
The Antwerp site of INOVYN consists of 2 plants : the electrolysis plant in Lillo and the EDC/Cl2 plant in Zandvliet, the latter is currently looking for a
Mechanical / Reliability Engineer
Provides mechanical engineering and reliability support for all on-site mechanical maintenance activities and related investments to ensure that the production assets comply with legal regulations, remain in a safe and reliable condition. All activities have to be executed in a safe, effective and efficient way, in line with the maintenance budget and in agreement with social legislation.
Reporting to Maintenance Manager of the DCE/CI2 plant in Zandvliet, your responsibilities will include:
- Ensure compliance with SHE regulation, quality standards and company policies
- Develop and maintain mechanical engineering specifications
- Support the mechanical maintenance department
- Sustain high reliability of the plant
- Lead Root Cause Analyses on mechanical failures
- Cost control (fixed and variable cost)
- Be involved in site strategy and important projects
- Master of science in mechanical engineering or electromechanical engineering or equivalent through experience ( experience in an industrial chemical environment )
- At least 5 years of experience in mechanical engineering and / or maintenance techniques
- Excellent level in Dutch, English and French (oral and written)
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, must be innovative and proactive.
- A broad interest in chemical processes
- Project management expertise
The right candidate will be highly motivated, a strong analytical problem solver and able to work as a facilitator between different disciplines. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and a good organizational awareness. He / She keeps calm in stressful situations, is responsible, safety conscious and likes to motivate colleagues. Finally, our future colleague should be flexible and willing to travel if needed.
Please apply by sending your resume and motivation letter to Annick Metten